- Thomas J. Housel
Mail Code: IS
Department of Information Science
Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences
Monterey, CA 93943
Email: tjhousel (at) nps.edu
PhD - Univ of Utah, 1980
MA - Univ of Wyoming, 1975
BA - California State Univ, Long Beach, 1974
OTHER EXPERIENCE: (View an extended list)
- 2001-Present: Professor, Department of Information Sciences
- Transformation through Information Technology
- Knowledge Management
- Research Methods
- Business Process Reengineering
- Estimating the return on Information Technology in Profit and Non-Profit Organizations
- Decision Making with New Financial Information
- Honorable Mention, Planning Forum Case Competition, 1994
- First Prize Winner, SIM paper competition, 1986
- Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS: (View an extended list)
- Member of United States Congress: Internet Caucus Advisory Committee, 2001-Present
- Member, Advisory Board for Telecon (Teleconferencing Association), 1985-1995
- Rodgers, Waymond and Housel, Thomas J. (2009) Problems and Resolutions To Future Knowledge-Based Assets Reporting, Journal of Intellectual Capital Volume 10, No. 4.
- Pavlou, Paul, Housel, Thomas J. , Rodgers, Waymond, and Jansen, Erik, (2005) Measuring the Return on Information Technology: A Knowledge-based Approach for Revenue Allocation at the Process and Firm Level, Journal of Association of Information Systems, Vol. 6, No. 7, pp. 199-226.
- Smart, P. Andy., Maull, Rodger., Karasneh, Ahmed., Housel, Thomas J., and Zelda Radnor (2003) An Approach for Identifying Value in Business Processes, Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol.7:4, pp. 49-61.
- Housel, Thomas J. and Kanevsky, Valery (1995). Reengineering Business Processes: A Complexity Theory Approach to Value Added, INFOR, Vol. 33, pp. 248-262.
- Housel, Thomas J., El Sawy, Omar A., and Donovan, Paul E. (1986). Information Systems for Crisis Management: Lessons from Southern California Edison. MIS Quarterly, Vol. 10, 389-400. (First Place Winner of the Society for Information Management Paper competition).
- Keywords: Intellectual Capital, Transformation, BPR, ROI on IT, Real Options, Knowledge Management